Remember the old days of internet cafes...dark, dingy and depressing. Luckily, those gloomy spaces have evolved into bright, creative, community-centric co-working spaces. Deborah Engel, owner of Work and Play in South Orange, NJ created a co-working space for our local entrepreneurial professionals, who are looking for that outside-of-the-house work environment. And to boot, her space provides drop-in babysitting and mommy and baby classes. How cool is that?! 

When Deborah asked me to help her style the space, I was thrilled. I loved the concept and her vision for the space, all I had to do was bringing pieces to complete the feel. 

Here is the 1st completed room in their space, 'The Lounge' - for the occasional gatherings, small conferences, workshop type classes, etc.  The space is inviting, bright, open, creative and comfy. A perfect vibe to get your work juice flowing. My favorite spot is the bench... I could see myself working there with coffee by my side. :P  More pics of the other rooms...coming soon. 

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